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Upload and Download files to S3 using maven

Throughout the years I’ve seen many teams using maven in many different ways. Maven can be used for many ci/cd tasks instead of using extra pipeline code or it can be used to prepare the development environment before running some tests.Generally it is convenient tool, widely used among java teams and will continue so since there is a huge ecosystem ...

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A Few Additions to Your Bag of Maven-Fu

Apache Maven is simple, yet quite powerful; with a few tricks here and there, you can greatly simplify and optimize your dev experience. Working on multiple, non-colocated modules Say you have two utility modules foo and bar from one master project A, and another project B which pulls in foo and bar. While working on B, you realize that you ...

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J2Pay – Getting Started

Getting started will guide you how to start using J2pay quickly in very simple steps. Download J2Pay is available on maven. <dependency> <groupId>com.tranxactive</groupId> <artifactId>j2pay</artifactId> <version>2.4.0</version> </dependency> You can also download the jar file here Example In this example we will execute Purchase and Rebill transactions. First we will get the desired gateway i.e Authorize Gateway gateway = GatewayFactory.getGateway(AvailableGateways.AUTHORIZE); Since we ...

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Spring Boot & JPA & Hibernate & Oracle

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In this tutorial we show how to create a Spring Boot application that communicates with an Oracle data source through Hibernate. Prerequisites: Eclipse IDE (neon release) Maven 4 Java 1.8 1- Create maven project Open eclipse, then create a new maven project and name it as SpringBootHibernate. At the end of this tutorial, we’ll get the following project structure: 2- ...

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Host your maven artifacts using Google Cloud Storage

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If you use Google Cloud and you use Java for your projects then Google Cloud Storage is a great place to host your teams artifacts. It is easy to setup and pretty cheap. Also it is much simpler than setting one of the existing repository options (jfrog, nexus, archiva etc) if you are not particularly interested in their features. To ...

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Host your maven artifacts using Amazon s3

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If you use amazon Web Services and you use Java for your projects then Amazon S3 is a great place to host your teams artifcats. It is easy to setup and pretty cheap. Also it is much simpler than setting one of the existing repository options (jfrog, nexus, archiva etc) if you are not particularly interested in their features. To ...

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Host your maven artifacts using Azure Blob Storage

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If you use Microsoft Azure and you use Java for your projects then Azure Blob Storage is a great place to host your teams artifcats. It is easy to setup and pretty cheap. Also it is much simpler than setting one of the existing repository options (jfrog, nexus, archiva etc) if you are not particularly interested in their features. To ...

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Running Eclipse MicroProfile on Microsoft Azure

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In this post, I am following up on the post series about Running Eclipse MicroProfile applications in Oracle Cloud by showing how to do it in Microsoft Azure Web Apps for Containers. I am using the same simple application called CloudEE Duke as in the previous posts. The only difference is that I now package the applications as Docker Images. ...

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